Kabuki Syndrome - My Child Has At this point and time, the cause of Kabuki syndrome is not well understood, but it is believed to be an inherited disorder. However, no specific chromosomal abnormalities have been specifically linked to the condition.
Kabuki Syndrome Kabuki Syndrome Network, acts as both a source and an index of information on Kabuki syndrome (KS) and help families support each other by sharing their experiences.
The Kabuki Syndrome Kabuki syndrome (KS), a genetic disorder characterized by unusual facial features, skeletal abnormalities, and intellectual impairment, was first described in 1980 by Dr. Niikawa and Dr. Kuroki. KS was originally known as Kabuki Make-up syndrome due to the resemblance of the KS facial features and the make-up used in traditional Japanese theatre